Do you want to be a fly on the wall at the most awkward dinner party of the seventies? Then Abigail’s Party is the place for you.
Surrounded by leather cladded rockers, scantily dressed women in underwear and beer bottles galore life, at the Bourbon Room on the Sunset Strip.
Much Ado About Nothing is hailed as Shakespeare’s greatest romantic comedy and the New Vic and Northern Broadsides truly did it justice.
Kinky Boots. Well, what can you say about heels so high they touch the sky and leave me slightly jealous. The production of the West End smash hit came to Stoke last night and as adventurous as the play was, so were the heels. And just as stunning.
A small village in Northamptonshire is one of the last places you would think to find a factory producing high heels for men, and even a Reverend writing about it. But such is the unorthodox world of Earls Barton that you would have found both.
With the Christmas season in full swing, it’s only right that a trip to the theatre completes your festive period. The Regent Theatre, located in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent’s city centre, promises not-to-miss festive productions this December, with the Nativity and Robin Hood headlining the end of 2018.
Nativity! The Musical is a present waiting to be unwrapped at The Regent Theatre in Hanley as the present that just keeps on giving! Louise Hill reviews.
Toad in the hole! The Wind In The Willows is this year’s hotly anticipated Christmas show at The New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme, and it does not disappoint, Charlotte Yorke reviews.
The Full Monty theater production made it to Stoke-on-Trent last night (19 November), telling the story of six unemployed ex-steel workers in 1980’s Sheffield who have nothing to lose other than their clothes!
New Vic Theatre in Newcastle-under-Lyme has opened applications for a third time for the Associate Artist scheme.
North Staffordshire artists and performers can apply to The Kiln – the theatre’s year-long placement of tailored support.